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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Phantomdemon




18th Nov 2019, 12:39 AM
"Wait, skulls?"

Ok, if this acid is burning through Merry's hull at a decent rate, how the hell are there skulls not complete mush?

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LazerWulf

LazerWulf




18th Nov 2019, 12:55 AM

Wood decays faster than calcium?

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Guest




18th Nov 2019, 2:46 AM

Depending on the acid, it varies. Given this is one piece, who knows what type of acid a whale the size of an island has, but given how it's apparently ineffective against Iron/steel, it's not all powerful.

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Guestron




18th Nov 2019, 3:50 AM

Correct. Human stomach acid is actually one of the more potent, being able to dissolve a crazy number of things that many other members of the animal kingdom simply can't.

For some specific examples, owls regularly regurgitate 'owl pellets' which are basically the hair and bones of the rodents they eat, which their stomach can't process. Also, cutting open a shark's stomach can sometimes be like opening a treasure chest of random things because they will frequently eat man-made items they can't digest at all.

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Guest




19th Nov 2019, 1:59 AM

For the record, GM said "1d8+4, or 2D8+8 if you're near the walls" on page 1364

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fellow

fellow




18th Nov 2019, 12:57 PM

If dnd bones were digestible, there wouldn't be skeletons in gelatinous cubes and that'd be a shame.

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Halosty45

Halosty45




18th Nov 2019, 1:14 PM

Truly the most important reason for bones to not be digested.

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Lykas




20th Nov 2019, 1:42 AM

In my experience, usually the bones in gelatinous cubes are less actual bone and more crystalline carvings in the shape of bones.

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